Speaker: Howard Rosenbaum
April 11-14, 2007
San Francisco, California

Speakers: Biography

Howard Rosenbaum

Workshop: Building and Managing Web Teams
Indiana University
Library and Information Science
1320 East 10th Street
Main Library 011
Bloomington IN
47405-3907 USA

Dr. Howard Rosenbaum is an Associate Professor of Information Science in the School of Library and Information Science and has been on the faculty since 1993. He has an interest in social informatics and studies the use of information and communication technologies in electronic commerce, community networking, digital libraries, and egovernment. Recently, Dr. Rosenbaum has published a book entitled "Information Technologies in Human Contexts: Learning from Organizational and Social Informatics" with Steve Sawyer and the late Rob Kling and others. He has led seminars on Electronic Commerce at Napier University Business School in Edinburgh, Scotland, the University of Bath, and the University of Greenwich, in the UK. Rosenbaum teaches classes on electronic commerce, information architecture for the web, intellectual freedom, and information organizations, and offers continuing education workshops for information professionals in XML, CSS, and web page design.

Howard will teach Building and Managing Web Teams. [Workshop]